Two-year droughts like the record-breaking one that gripped Central Europe from 2018 to 2019 could become much more frequent if the region fails to curb greenhouse gas emissions, researchers say
A pledge by the EU to make its 30,000 strong civil service more diverse has been overshadowed by the blackface-wearing past of its top justice official, Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders
As European countries emerge from coronavirus lockdowns and lift travel restrictions, the EU has aimed to coordinate border reopening among members - but the process has been far from harmonious
The face mask has become a universal symbol of the coronavirus pandemic and a crucial means of limiting contagion -- but where are they made, where are they mandatory and where do they end up?
Belgium has promised every resident a protective mask from next week, when the country begins to lift its coronavirus lockdown, and mayors like Yves Kinnard are taking matters into their own hands
Fears corporate raiders could use the coronavirus crisis to swoop on European firms were perhaps best exemplified by Donald Trump's alleged bid for a German biotech firm working on a vaccine